Don Nardo - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2011 - 64 pages
Explores and analyzes the historical context and significance of the iconic Dorothea Lange photograph of a migrant mother during the Great Depression.
Richard Peck - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 148 pages
A boy recounts his annual summer trips to rural Illinois with his sister during the Great Depression to visit their larger-than-life grandmother.
Lisa Campbell Ernst - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 32 pages
Zinnia and Dot, self-satisfied hens who bicker constantly about who lays better eggs, put aside their differences to protect a prime specimen from a marauding weasel.
Crystal Thrasher - Country life - 1979 - 251 pages
In rural Indiana at the end of the Depression 12-year-old Seely's world is forever changed when an ominous threat from the Fender twins explodes into violence.
William Miller - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 32 pages
When Sonny's mother loses her job in New Orleans during the Depression, Smilin' Jack, a jazz musician, tells him how to organize a rent party to raise the money they need.